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Do you have a link to it? I thought of the thin magnetic strips but the problem there is that they will create a gap around the edges of the filter that would let air in, bypassing the filter. Actually, I suppose if I just put the strip in a complete circuit around the edge of the filter then that wouldn't leave such gaps anyway. Also it would give the rubber fasteners that are holding the 80mm fans to the bottom more clearance. HOT DOG, I think that might be what I'll try. Thanks for the inspiration Seeker14491.

It was on a review on Newegg for the FT03B. "The bottom filter is a total joke. If you want it to work I suggest buying some magnets, and taping them to the bottom. Fixed the problem for me."
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Checking back in here. I've taken a break from building/tinkering with the system for the past week and actually spent the time playing games on it, spending time with my wife and son, and hanging out with *gasp* friends during my free time instead.

Back at it now though biggrin.gif

First, the slightly bad news. One of the 2 Gelid PWM 80mm fans I got is apparently faulty. I cracked open the case last night to see what was making a bit of odd noise in there (ignored it for the last week) and found that the front 80mm was alternating between spinning and not every second or so. So I'm going to contact Mwave and see what my options are. The video quality is bad, fyi.
The good news now: I sold off a couple pieces of my previous setup so I placed an order on newegg for the H80 as well as a slim external USB 2.0 DVD writer. Tweak actually suggested that instead of the internal one because it keeps the interior of the case less cable cluttered and for that reason I like the idea. Also newegg had one on sale for $28 smile.gif.

Regarding the fan filter on the bottom, I think it may have mostly solved itself. I had a small object propped under the corner of the filter that was warped (from the manufacturer) for the past week and when I sat down to try to put some magnetic tape on it to keep it in place...it was not warped anymore! It holds itself on there just fine now o_O
I'd still like a more sure fire means of holding the filter in place, but the magnetic tape won't work because the filter doesn't overlap all the way around the openings that it covers, so there would be gaps left between the case and filter, thus rendering the filter...well...only partially functional as a filter. Psyclum (on the FT03 owners club thread suggested velcro strips. I think I could do that if the soft pads were adhered to the case around/outside the edges of the filter (ie - not sandwiched between the filter and the case) then the hard plastic pads were stuck to the underside of the filter (ie - again, not sandwiched between the filter and the case) then it would hold the filter close enough to the case that the magnets could hold the plastic flush against the case. This way the filter is still relatively removable, but won't fall off on its own. I'll look into finding some velcro bits like this.
 
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Nice myfriend, now just get it fixed for my LAN on saturday! thumb.gif
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I ordered the replacement piece (SilverStone G11303260) for the front USB 3.0/Audio ports that krkhans (thanks again) mentioned earlier in the thread. It's an official Silverstone part (as it's referenced in a number of their cases Q&A's regarding front ports), but there is no listing for it on silverstonetek.com and less than a handful of places even carry it.

No word back from mwave yet regarding the Gelid fan, but it was just Friday that I contacted them anyway so that's not a big shock really. CS takes time.

Thanks apgfeb14. I had a good time at the LAN Saturday, although we never got a chance to try out Nexuiz Classic. Thanks for hosting. It's much appreciated.
Edited by tallpaul02 - 4/24/12 at 2:36pm
 
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I ordered the replacement piece (SilverStone G11303260) for the front USB 3.0/Audio ports that krkhans (thanks again) mentioned earlier in the thread. It's an official Silverstone part (as it's referenced in a number of their cases Q&A's regarding front ports), but there is no listing for it on silverstonetek.com and less than a handful of places even carry it.
No word back from mwave yet, but it was just Friday that I contacted them anyway so that's not a big shock really. CS takes time.
Thanks apgfeb14. I had a good time at the LAN Saturday, although we never got a chance to try out Nexuiz Classic. Thanks for hosting. It's much appreciated.

if you need buy any replacement part, you have to go through their branch office.

the following information is stolen from [H]ard|forum tongue.gif

Joel
SilverStonetek
13626 Monte Vista Ave Unit, A
Chino, CA 91710
909-465-9596 Tel
909-465-9569 Fax
usasupport@silverstonetek.com

another useful source of information regarding silverstone
http://hardforum.com/member.php?u=201365
Edited by psyclum - 4/23/12 at 10:27am
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Thanks psyclum. I should have been more clear regarding the replacement part. It isn't for replacing a faulty part. It is to replace the current piece that works fine, but it not long enough to reach the USB 3.0 header pins on the motherboard. Is that what you meant still?
 
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ahh i assumed it's a standard replacement part since you listed a silverstone part number. not sure how you'd approach this problem w/o spending an arm and a leg on extension cables for those connectors. frown.gif
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I'm not sure which of us is confused now, but it's at least one of us. The part I'm talking about is the same as the piece that is currently screwed into the plastic "front panel" ports shroud with the exception that the cables for the USB 3.0 ports don't end in standard Type A male plugs like the standard ones in the FT03 do when you buy it, but instead the cables are longer and end in a 19 pin header female plug. It is the one that krkhans posted a link to in his post here.

This is what it looks like:
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So instead of the cables that the case comes with and the CP09 adapter (which together still don't reach the mobo's header pins if it is routed through the back of the case) it is all one piece with cables plenty long enough to route it however I want and still reach the headers. No adapters needed smile.gif
 
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ok... i'm still somewhat confused but i'll try to answer biggrin.gif

the part number you listed (G11303260) is an actual silverstone replacement part number. that part number is a USB3 upgrade kit for a number of silverstone cases (my own FT02 included)

that replacement part is Compatible with :
FT02
FT03
RV02
RV02-E
SG07
PS02
PS04
GD05
GD04
SG05

if you go to the silverstone site for FT02, it even shows you how to replace the part (with the part number right in the picture) towards the bottom of the page.

the reason it's not listed in the FT03 page is the FT03 already comes with a USB3 solution (using the 9pin rear IO plug) so it's not really an "upgrade" per se, you are simply switching to a different plug (19 pin mobo plug instead of rear IO 9pin plug.) however G11303260 is still listed as a compatible part for the FT03 so you CAN order that part directly from silverstone if you cant get it elsewhere. and you can just unscrew the part you have in your case and screw the G11303260 right back into the same place.

PS: btw hang on to your old part and the CP09 or put it up for sale smile.gif the part you have (with the 9pin plug) is actually pretty hard to find biggrin.gif in fact i cant even find the silverstone replacement part number for it biggrin.gif for those who have older ITX boards, they don't have the 19pin mobo plug so their only choice for USB3 is the "plug extension cord" like the one you have smile.gif
Edited by psyclum - 4/25/12 at 3:38pm
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So a combination of busy (lots of baby stuff, running a LAN on the 12th, and attending a LAN on the 19th and one at the end of April) and lazy (mostly tired from all the busy) have made it difficult to make progress on finishing off this build but I finally got around to some of it biggrin.gif

Regarding Mwave and the Gelid fan, I misspoke when I said they hadn't gotten back to me. I mistook a response email from them on the RMA for a simple notification of my RMA submission. They were responsive, courteous, and professional and my replacement fan is on it's way to me right now, so I'm very happy with my interaction with Mwave. Buy things from them.

I bought and installed 3 black rounded SATA cables and like the result. Here are the specific parts I chose: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812123348
I will post a couple pictures of them soon.

I also purchased and installed the Corsair H80 with the same 120mm Cougar fans and ran into a problem. The pump seems to be making a nasty noise constantly. It sounds awful and is the only thing in there keeping the system from being silent again at idle/average load. At the last 2 LANs I poked my nose into a pair of cases with H100s (they have the same pump/block assembly) and found no such noise even with the pump at full speed. So I sent Corsair the following tech support question regarding the noise:
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I purchased a H80 to replace my H50 while making a new SFF LAN gaming build (http://www.overclock.net/t/1229893/build-log-ft03b-sandy-kepler-lan-gaming-pc). After installing the H80 though, I found that no matter which of the 3 settings the pump speed was set to (with the manual switch on the block/pump assembly) it makes a constant noise that I haven't heard from installing H100s and H80s (or even my old first gen H50) in other people's systems. It is hard to describe, but it sounds like a gritty grinding noise and it wouldn't be an issue if I hadn't built this system with noise level in mind. Right now the grinding noise is the only thing I can hear from the computer past a foot away from it and it is an annoying noise in the extreme. When I had the H50 in this same build it was completely silent, so I'm guessing there is an issue with the H80 based on that and my experience with other H80s and H100s (I checked 2 friends Hydro coolers of the same generation and confirmed that their units do not make this same noise even at full speed). Thank you very much for your time and assistance with this issue.

Regards,
Paul "tallpaul02" Dodd
Builder/LANer/Gamer
I then found a related sticky post from Corsair's forums: http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=107252
Vindication! I'm not just crazy (maybe)! I'm assuming they will offer to replace it either themselves or through Newegg, where I bought it. I've never known Corsair to be anything short of excellent with their product quality and customer service so I don't see any reason why this would go any differently.

I also decided to put my 2nd 1TB Spinpoint F3 HDD in the hot swap bay because I don't feel like taking it along in an external HDD enclosure (extra bulk, cables, setup, teardown, additional power plug, etc) so that will be different looking once I post a picture of the progress too.

All in all, the build is very close to done and as soon as the faulty parts are rectified the last 120mm can go in and I can put the sound dampening foam in and declare it finally complete.
Edited by tallpaul02 - 5/23/12 at 2:16pm
 
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